The American Concrete Institute recently named the winner of a competition.
Sina Mehdinia, Portland State University, is the winner of the 2019 James Instruments Student Award for Research on Nondestructive Testing of Concrete. The competition is sponsored by James Instruments, Inc., a Chicago-based manufacturer and distributor of NDT systems and administered by ACI Committee 228 Nondestructive Testing.
Sina Mehdinia, Portland State University student.
Sina will receive a $1,500 cash prize for his research paper titled, Enhanced Imaging of Structural Concrete with a Medical Image Fusion Perspective and will have an opportunity to present his findings to ACI Committee 228 and at the Research in Progress Session at a future ACI Concrete Convention.
The purpose of this competition is to stimulate student interest in the area of NDT; to recognize meritorious and innovative research in concrete and concrete materials using NDT methods; to publicize the field of NDT and the work of the committee; and to recognize the support given by the sponsor to students working on NDT research.
Learn More about ACI Student Competitions.